Stuart comes round weekly at least and does a spledid job. Had to do paint correction after the Euro trip 10hrs but he uses a light spray and cleans engine compartment every time. Also uses about 20 microfibres every clean
I use a similar product and lots of small microfiber towels, the car dries spotless. I wipe down any spray that gets onto the engine compartment carbon panels with the same result.
Cool. How many washes can you get from the filter?I bought a water filter from Griot's garage to eliminate water spots and a Master Blaster 8 hp blower to shorten the drying time/effort. Both products were recommended on this forum and work great. About $750 invested but well worth it.
About 15 before water spots start to show up. Refills cost $90. Worth it.Cool. How many washes can you get from the filter?
That's quite reassuring Jerry. I got my new car eventually and it'll be getting its first jetwashing tomorrow. I'd been looking at the rear window and engine bay slats and was getting a bit worried. I have the carbon engine covers so that should help then, I don't mind a bit of wiping down!I jet wash mine fairly indiscriminately. Always surprises me how little water actually gets into the engine bay, that which does I just wipe off.
Really wish that I had gone for the carbon engine cover. Not because it is more visually pleasing but because it would be easier to wipe down. Dust and then water build up in the grooves of the standard option making it (slightly) more difficult to keep looking good.